Quick FactsAverage 2013 GMAT: 716
Average 2013 GPA: 3.5
2013 Acceptance Rate: 18.1%
2016 Application Deadlines: October 7, 2015 (Early Decision - Aug Entry); April 13, 2016 (Regular Decision - Aug Entry); October 7, 2015 (Jan 2016 Entry)
Columbia Business School MBA Admissions
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At our upcoming webinar, Get Accepted to Wharton, Linda Abraham, Accepted.com founder & CEO, is going to share:
- 4 strategic steps to get accepted to Wharton.
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- Insights on acing Wharton’s team-based discussion/interview.
Join us live to learn how to optimize your 2016 Wharton application to maximize your chances of acceptance!
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